Fiscal Year 2021 Quarter 1 Report outlining diversity and equal employment opportunities at the NYC Conflicts of Interest Board including training classes used for the development of agency staff in the areas of equal employment, diversity, civil rights, inclusion, etc.
The Climate Resiliency Guidelines provide step-by-step instructions to go beyond building code and standards, which are informed with historic climate data by also looking to specific, forward-looking climate data for use in the design of City facilities.
Summary of yearly evaluation of penalties and judgments imposed for specified violations, as defined by paragraph (b) of subdivision 4 of this section. Such evaluation shall examine the amount of penalties and judgments accrued by natural persons for such specified violations both in total and during the previous year. Such summary shall additionally include the chief administrative law judge's recommendation as to whether, based upon the chief administrative law judge's evaluation, a limit should be enacted by local law on the civil penalties and judgments that may be imposed for specified violations upon a natural person within a particular period of time. This recommendation shall take into account whether the amount of civil penalties or community service imposed for the specified violations on certain natural persons is disproportionate to the harm caused by such specified violations and shall additionally include the chief administrative law judge's recommendations for which specified violations, if any, should be subject to a limit and the dollar amount of such limit, if any.
Report including information regarding the operation of such program during the reporting period, including, but not limited to (i) the number of prescription drug discount card holders who used the prescription drug discount card at least once, (ii) the total cost savings to all card holders generated by the program, (iii) the average cost savings to a card holder per prescription, (iv) the source and method of cost savings under the program, (v) the major drug categories that are not discounted under the program and an explanation as to why such drugs are not listed, (vi) the drugs for which rebates are offered under the program, listed according to major drug category, (vii) the number of pharmacies participating in the program, and (viii) to the extent available, any costs incurred by pharmacies to participate in the program.
Report of information regarding guidance counselors and social workers for the current school year. Such report shall include, but not be limited to: (i) the number of full and part-time guidance counselors and social workers in each school, (ii) the guidance counselor and social worker to student ratio in each school, (iii) whether the guidance counselor or social worker is providing counseling assistance to more than one school, (iv) the number of guidance counselors and social workers who provide counseling services as mandated by an IEP as of December 15 of the current school year, (v) the number of staff in each school who received professional development or training in postsecondary planning as of the prior school year, and (vi) the number of licensed and certified bilingual guidance counselors and social workers in each school. Such report shall also include the number of guidance counselors and social workers in the absent teacher reserve pool for grades seven through twelve, and information regarding any guidance memorandums issued by the department regarding college preparedness. Such report shall include demographic information for students in each school, including, but not limited to race, ethnicity, English language learner status, special education status, and the percentage of students eligible for free and reduced price lunch pursuant to guidelines promulgated by the United States department of agriculture.